Celebrate Women’s History Month with PowerToFly + Atlanta’s Women Tech Leaders
Did you know March is Women's History Month? Come celebrate with the PowerToFly community and Atlanta's women leaders on Tuesday, March 24th.
For this special gathering, PowerToFly will be partnering with women leaders and allies from Atlanta-based companies. We'll dig into topics like knowing and asking for your worth, when to go for that next promotion, work-life integration, plus answering your pressing questions!
We'll kick off the night with networking over complimentary food and refreshments before diving into a panel discussion to learn from our experts' experiences. We'll conclude the night with an open Q&A session and plenty of additional time to mingle with your fellow skilled professionals.
The event will be hosted by PowerToFly's Dionna Smith-Keels, Strategic Global Enterprise D&I Executive with more speakers to be announced soon.
This special evening will take place on Tuesday, March 24th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at OxWork Business Club, located at 1342 Glenwood Avenue Southeast, Atlanta. Free parking is available at the venue.
About PowerToFly: PowerToFly is the platform connecting skilled professionals with companies that are committed to building environments and teams that value inclusion, diversity and belonging. Over the past two years, we've presented over one hundred events around the world with such companies as Microsoft, American Express, Deloitte and Slack, that have resulted in numerous connections and countless hires. Visit http://powertofly.com to learn more about our live events and daily, free virtual chats.About PowerToFly Events: All RSVP'd attendees are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age. If you require accommodation to fully participate in this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.
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